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DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in June 2010, including "Green Arrow" #1, milestone issues of "Superman," "Batman" and "Wonder Woman" and more.
CBR's new series covering Dark Horse's growing Hellboy universe in 2010, creator Mike Mignola muses on the growing tapestry and dark themes of Hellboy and unveils exclusive art from "B.P.R.D.: King of Fear."
John Wilkes Booth, the man who shot Abraham Lincoln, is the subject of historian C.C. Colbert's first graphic novel. CBR spoke with Colbert about "Booth," which will arrive later this month from First Second.
Image Comics has unveiled the first of this week's teasers for Robert Kirkman's upcoming "Guardians of the Globe" miniseries, this time featuring actual team members! First up is familiar Kirkman creation, Brit!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents the complete first issue of the recently completed, acclaimed miniseries "Underground" by writer Jeff Parker and artist Steve Lieber.
Greg McElhatton recently reviewed the Tony Daniel written and illustrated "Batman" #697 and gave the issue 3.5 stars, saying of Daniel's art, "Daniel...has dark and creepy Batman fully under his control."
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new titles on sale this Wednesday, March 24, including "Cars" #3, "The Incredibles" #7, Andrew Cosby's "Hunter's Fortune" #4 and more!
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, March 24 including "Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time" #1, "Black Terror" #9 and more.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Green Lantern" #52 by Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke, featuring Sinestro as the one, true White Lantern! The issue will be hitting stores this Wednesday, March 24.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new X-Men comics on sale in June 2010, including new issues of "Deadpool Corps," "X-Campus," "Uncanny X-Men," "Wolverine: Weapon X" and more.
Checker reportedly breaks with Diamond Book Distributors! "One Piece" sets another sales record in Japan! More on Kirby vs. Marvel/Disney! Hastings stores to expand comics category! Plus much more!
Veteran novelist and television writer Nick Sagan takes the reins for the sequel to Radical Publishing's sci-fi epic with "Shrapnel: Hubris," the follow-up miniseries to "Shrapnel: Aristeia Rising."
In his weekly 'Gorillas Riding Dinosaurs' column, ROBOT 6's Michael May takes an early look at a new graphic novel by author Jane Yolen and artist Mike Cavallaro that's due next month from First Second.
Marvel Comics has released solicitation information for Ultimate Comics shipping in June 2010, including "Ultimate Comics X" #3 by Jeph Loeb and Arthur Adams.
ROBOT 6's Kevin Melrose talks to cover artist Dave Johnson about the process of creating the cover to "Abe Sapien: The Abyssal Plain #1," which is due in June from Dark Horse Comics.
CSBG's March Madness tournament is underway, and now is your time to vote for your choices in the Silver Age Region and Bronze Age Region to see which characters will survive to go on to round two!
Dark Horse has provided previews of titles on sale March 24, including the debut of Felicia Day's "The Guild," a "Chobits" omnibus, and new volumes of "Wondermark" and "Oh My Goddess."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 8-page preview of "Uncanny X-Men" #523, the second chapter of "Second Coming," by Matt Fraction and Terry Dodson. The issue is slated to hit stores on April 7.
Completing Dynamite's rollout of titles featuring the iconic masked hero, "Green Hornet Strikes!" takes the masked mysteryman into a devastated, crime-ridden near-future. Brett Matthews told CBR all about it.
The Image Comics partner revealed the true nature of "Guardians of the Globe," a six issue miniseries coming out in August, and also addressed his feelings on Marvel, DC Comics and the current state of the industry.
Weaving in and out of the cinematic sequel, writer-director Troy Duffy's "Boondock Saints II: In Nomine Patris" is set to debut in May from 12 Gauge Comics. CBR spoke with Duffy and co-writer JB Love about the project.
CBGB has confirmed that they are indeed working with BOOM! Studios on a CBGB comic book, handing out copies of a single page comic by Jesse Blaze Snider and Chuck BB this week at South by Southwest.
Courtesy of Top Shelf, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Playwrights," an original graphic novel written by Daren White and illustrated by Eddie Campbell. "The Playwright" will be available in July 2010.
Legendary "Spider-Man" scribe Roger Stern kicks off a tale that finds the Wall-Crawler wrestling with some unstoppable foes. CBR News spoke with Stern about the three-parter "Something Can Stop the Juggernaut."
CBR's Doug Zawisza reviewed J. Michael Straczynski and Jesus Saiz' "The Brave and the Bold" #32 and gave the issue 4.5 stars saying of the seemingly odd character pairing, "This is Aquaman at his dazzling best."
This week, learn what world-renowned comic book artist almost pursued a career as a professional ballplayer instead of comics! Also, be sure to check out the X-rated comic prank that took over three decades to be uncovered!
Image Comics has just released a fifth teaser image for their much-discussed "Guardians of the Globe" series, this time featuring none other than the world's favorite boy wizard, Harry Potter.
The cover and title for the final volume of Bryan Lee O'Malley's epic "Scott Pilgrim" series hits the web as "Scott Pilgrim's Finest Hour" gets a street date of July 20 – just ahead of its big screen adaptation.
In the latest edition of TILTING AT WINDMILLS, Brian Hibbs poses the question "Are publishers trying to kill the periodical comic?" and offers up examples of why it's worth asking in light of modern market realities.
Amazon poised for another publisher standoff! The aftermath of the Comic-Con hotel lottery! Pioneering retailer Joe Sarno passes away! Will the Handley sentencing affect publishers' business decisions? Plus more!
Writer Jason Aaron shares details about "Scalp's" early influences, why he loves his leading men – Bad Horse and Red Crow – and why the "Unwanted" arc will leave another lead character with some very difficult choices.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday, March 24, including "Captain America" #604, "New Avengers" #63, "Thor" #608, and many more!
On the heels of multiple DC Comics projects, writer J. Michael Straczynski prepares an original, creator-owned graphic novel set within the DCU focusing on a super hospital in Gotham City and speaks EXCLUSIVELY with CBR about the book.
The new creative team for DC's Kryptonian cousin is announced as Judd Winick and "The Shield" cover artist Sami Basri come on for "Power Girl" with plans to tie the series to the upcoming "Justice League: Generation Lost" comic.
We spoke with novelist and Center for Cartoon Studies instructor Sarah Stewart Taylor about her recently released first graphic novel exploring pioneering aviator Amelia Earhart's famous journey across the Atlantic.
Adam Beechen shares some more details on the “Batman Beyond” mini series announced yesterday, including which other characters we may see besides Bruce Wayne and Terry McGinnis and where the series is set in terms of DCU and DCAU continuity.
Senior Editor Scott Allie hosted a simple presentation about the upcoming year for Dark Horse, including announcements about Buffy, Serenity, Robert Rodriguez and Patton Oswalt.
As with last year, CSBG's Brian Cronin is pitting comics biggest characters up against each other in a bracket-style tournament to see who's best, but will Batman win again or will another character dominate come the final four?
"The Oddly Compelling Art of Denis Kitchen" arrives from Dark Horse in June, celebrating the creative side of one of the comics industry's most influential publishers. CBR News spoke with Kitchen about the book and his of forty years in comics.
Tales of war and justice lead off this Week of Winning, even while most gamma irradiated, green-themed comics stunk and former teen heroes whine far more than they punch and Iris would be good...on TV, if not in comics.